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November 18, 2010

Interstate 20 closing in Fort Worth

I20closure11182010 Both directions of Interstate 20 will be closed 8 p.m. Sunday to 5 a.m. Monday at Bryant Irvin Road in southwest Fort Worth, weather permitting. Motorists can expect minor delays. The closure is needed for bridge construction related to the Southwest Parkway/Chisholm Trail Parkway toll road project. Eastbound motorists will be detoured at Bryant Irvin Road to the frontage road and allowed back onto I-20 at the Hulen Street entrance ramp. Westbound traffic will be detoured at Bryant Irvin Road and allowed back on west of the bridge. The Bryant Irvin Road bridge over I-20 will also be closed. – Gordon Dickson


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I live in weatherford,the slow job on interstate 20 is awlfull.SO much gas wasted on waiting to get through.poor management on this project. WHEN you start an job finish one then start another.YOU know just common sense.

Josef Stalino

What are you talking about? Some unrelated project in Weatherford? I've never been held up at Bryant-Irvin and Interstate 20 and I drive it twice a day. Can you explain to me what "awlfull" means?


In Texas you are issued two license plates and you must have both on your vehicle. Sorry you don't think it looks good, but that's the law, and I wish every person who didn't display both plates or display them correctly would be issued citations.

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